Tom Brady to join Fox Sports as lead analyst after NFL career is over
Tom Brady already has plans post-career to join Fox Sports as the lead analyst, but hasn’t left out the “unfinished business” with the Buccaneers.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback and seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady is set to join Fox Sports as their lead analyst as soon as his career ends.
The network made the announcement Tuesday, and Brady made sure to comment on his “unfinished business” with the Buccaneers along with his excitement for the position.
Brady will be calling games with announcer Kevin Burkhardt play-by-play, and will serve as an ambassador for Fox Sports.
He will be replacing the also historic quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, Troy Aikman.
According to his contract with FOX, Brady will earn between $20 million and $25 million, thus surpassing the $18 million received by ESPN and CBS analysts Troy Aikman and Tony Romo.
The 44-year-old retired back in February only to have a change of heart 40 days later and announce rejoining the Bucs for “unfinished business.”